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A more secure world: Our shared responsibility

United Nations High-level Panel on Threats, Challenges and Change, December 2004


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Resource IDunhlpt2004
Resource titleA more secure world: Our shared responsibility
Author/sourceUnited Nations High-level Panel on Threats, Challenges and Change
Date publishedDecember 2004
Summary text/ abstractHistorians may well look back on the first years of the twenty-first century as a decisive moment in the human story. The different societies that make up the human family are today interconnected as never before. They face threats that no nation can hope to master by acting alone – and opportunities that can be much more hopefully exploited if all nations work together. The purpose of this report is to suggest how nations can work together to meet this formidable challenge. It is the work of a panel of sixteen eminent and experienced people, drawn from different parts of the world, whom I asked a year ago to assess current threats to international peace and security; to evaluate how well our existing policies and institutions have done in addressing those threats; and to recommend ways of strengthening the United Nations to provide collective security for the twenty-first century.
Library categoriesClimate Change, Economics, Energy, Food & Agriculture, 'Limits to Growth', Neo-Luddism, Peak Oil, Politics, Simplicity, UK Government
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